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 Our scientific network 

Bioxegy orchestrates and activates a set of
biomimetic skills, unique in Europe.


Biomimicry can lead to particularly ambitious R&D projects. Depending on the projects, to ensure an irreproachable quality of development, Bioxegy reinforces its organization by orchestrating and deploying cutting-edge scientific expertise.

A rich and proven universe of skills at the service of bio-inspired R&D

Bioxegy leads a powerful network of trained researchers - or confirmed experts - in biomimicry. They are biologists, chemists, computer scientists, specialists in materials science or fluid mechanics, aero-acousticians, neuroscientists, ...


In order to give you some strategic information on the links between the world of research and biomimicry, we have produced a short infographic describing a history of biomimetic innovations and some key figures on biomimicry and research!

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What about research on biomimicry in France and around the world?

To find out more about our partner research entities


Institut Photovoltaïque d'Île-de-France (IPVF)

Formuler des pré-concepts 
biomimétiques pour les moteurs d'hélicoptères


Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (MNHN)

A major partnership for bio-inspired innovation

To learn more about our Partner Expert Network


Portrait de chercheur : Claude Grison

Directrice de recherches à l’UMR Chimie Bio-inspirée et Innovations Écologiques et Directrice Scientifique de la société BioInspir

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Portrait de chercheur : Ally Aukauloo

Professeur de chimie à l’université Paris-Saclay, Conseiller scientifique au CEA et membre senior de l’Institut Universitaire de France

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